Michael Trujillo

LA City Council Redistricting Commission

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Los Angeles City Council Redistricting Commissioner; former spokesman for City Councilman José Huizar

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Final approval of new  LA City Council District boundaries  is scheduled for next Friday, but two council members and at least one ethnic group are threatening to sue to prevent that…

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Final approval of new LA City Council District boundaries is scheduled for next Friday, but two council members and at least one ethnic group are threatening to sue to prevent that…

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